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  1. David Garnett ( Brighton, 9 de março 1892 – Montcuq, França, 17 de fevereiro 1981) foi um escritor e editor britânico. Destacado membro do Grupo de Bloomsbury, obteve reconhecimento literário quando seu romance A Mulher-Raposa ( Lady into Fox no original) foi agraciado em 1922 com o prêmio James Tait Black Memorial de ficção.

  2. David Garnett (9 March 1892 – 17 February 1981) was an English writer and publisher. As a child, he had a cloak made of rabbit skin and thus received the nickname "Bunny", by which he was known to friends and intimates all his life.

  3. David Garnett (born March 9, 1892, Brighton, East Sussex, Eng.—died Feb. 17, 1981, Le Verger Charry, Montcuq, Fr.) was an English novelist, son of Edward and Constance Garnett, who was the most popularly acclaimed writer of this literary family.

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  4. David Garnett, known as "Bunny", was an English writer and publisher. A prominent member of the Bloomsbury Group, Garnett received literary recognition when his novel Lady into Fox, an allegorical fantasy, was awarded the 1922 James Tait Black Memorial Prize for fiction.

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    • February 17, 1981
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  5. David Garnett (1892-1981) was the grandson of Richard Garnett (librarian at the British Museum and author of the wonderful fantasy collection The Twilight of the Gods, 1888).

  6. Quick Reference. (1892–1981), novelist and critic, son of E. and C. Garnett, and friend and associate of the Bloomsbury Group. His first short novel, Lady into Fox (1922), an enigmatic fable about a young wife transformed into a vixen, had a considerable success, and was followed by A Man in the Zoo (1924), about a thwarted lover who donates ...

  7. Award-winning novelist and towering figure of the 20th century British literary landscape, David Garnett was a Bloomsbury insider ultimately pushed to the margins.